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" I must show you that the fatal consequence is not coercive, as is commonly imagined ; and that, even though our soul's life (as here below it is revealed to us) may be in literal strictness the function of a brain that perishes, yet it is not at all impossible,... "
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrie - Page 12
by William James - 1898 - 70 pages
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The Metaphysical Magazine, Volumes 9-10

1899
...as is commonly imagined; and that, even though our soul's life (as here below it is revealed to us i may be in literal strictness the function of a brain...dependence, and treating it as the only imaginable kind." . . . In notes appended to the printed lectures, the Professor says: "The philosophically instructed...
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The Metaphysical Magazine, Volumes 18-19

Parapsychology - 1905
...to justify this statement and make good my position. In the first place, then, "it would appear that the supposed impossibility of its continuing comes...functional dependence, and treating it as the only imaginary kind." I shall here briefly recapitulate these theories for the sake of clearness, using...
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What's next: or, Shall a man live again?

Immortality - 1906 - 272 pages
...hereafter to what he takes to be his duty of accepting all the conse'quences of a scientific truth? . . . The next thing in order for me is to try to make plain...dependence and treating it as the only imaginable kind. When the physiologist who thinks that his science cuts off all hope of immortality pronounces...
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What's Next: Or, Shall a Man Live Again?

Immortality - 1906 - 272 pages
...but on the contrary quite possible, that the life may still continue when the brain itself is dead. closely into the notion of functional dependence,...dependence and treating it as the only imaginable kind. When the physiologist who thinks that his science cuts off all hope of immortality pronounces...
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The Coming Science

Hereward Carrington - Parapsychology - 1908 - 393 pages
...justify this statement and make good my position. In the first place, then, " it would appear that the supposed impossibility of its continuing comes...dependence, and treating it as the only imaginable kind." I shall here briefly recapitulate these theories for the sake of clearness, using the terse...
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The Coming science

Hereward Carrington - Parapsychology - 1908 - 393 pages
...remarked in his Human Immortality, ' it would appear that the supposed impossibility of its (the soul's) continuing comes from too superficial a look at the...dependence and treating it as the only imaginable kind.' But this is altogether unwarranted and unjustifiable. I have elaborated a theory of consciousness,...
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The Making of Arguments

John Hays Gardiner - Debates and debating - 1912 - 290 pages
...brain," reasons that therefore when the brain dies and decays, thought and consciousness die, too. This, then, is the objection to immortality ; and...dependence, and treating it as the only imaginable kind. When the physiologist who thinks that his science cuts off all hope of immortality pronounces...
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Human immortality, two supposed objections to the doctrine. Repr

William James - 1917
...sacrifice, and, sorrowfully or not, according to his temperament, submits to giving up his hopes of heaven.1 This, then, is the objection to immortality ; and...dependence, and treating it as the only imaginable kind.8 When the physiologist who thinks that his science cuts off all hope of immortality pronounces...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy, and Human ...

William James - Philosophy - 1956 - 402 pages
...Moreover, the diminished or exaggerated associations of what this author calls the Korperfuhlsphdre with the other regions, accounts, according to him,...dependence, and treating it as the only imaginable kind.8 When the physiologist who thinks that his science cuts off all hope of immortality pronounces...
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